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IDAHOTB - My Story - Sue Pascoe

Today marks International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. To observe the annual event, members of LGBT+ Conservatives General Council are sharing their stories. 

Sue Pascoe; LGBT+ Conservatives Council Member.

IDAHOTB - My Story - David Munro

Today marks International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. To observe the annual event, members of LGBT+ Conservatives General Council are sharing their stories. 

David Munro; LGBT+ Conservatives Council Member and Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.

LGBT History Month

Today marks the end of the annual LGBT History Month, a chance to reflect and celebrate the achievements in the advancement of LGBT+ rights. 

New Action to Promote LGBT Equality

New measures to deliver greater equality for the LGBT community have been announced by the Minister for Women and Equalities Justine Greening, ahead of the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality.

Join us for our first General Election 2017 campaign day

The Prime Minister has announced her intention to call a General Election for 8 June. This election will be a choice is between strong and stable leadership in the national interest with Theresa May and the Conservatives – or weak and unstable coalition government led by Jeremy Corbyn.

Find out more about becoming a councillor

The CCHQ Outreach department is running an event in conjunction with the Conservative Councillors Association on ‘How to be a Councillor’. The event will help inform and develop individuals and groups for local elections and beyond.

Nicky Morgan introduces draft Bill tackling trans discrimination

Today former Minister for Women and Equalities and supporter of LGBT+ Conservatives, Nicky Morgan MP, introduced into Parliament a 10 Minute Rule Bill to the House of Commons to protect trans people from unintended public disclosure of their former names by the Registrar of Companies.

Government unveils plans to pardon thousands under ‘Turing’s Law’

Thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted of now abolished sexual offences will be posthumously pardoned, Conservative Justice Minister Sam Gyimah announced.

The change will see those convicted for consensual same-sex relationships before the change in the law formally pardoned.

Conservative Party Conference 2016

Our conference events programme is our largest yet, with events on International LGBT Rights, Building a Better Britain and Youth Engagement. You can also enjoy our Conference Curry and Conference Pride.